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The Cantonese word fu - 负 - fu6
(to bear in Cantonese)





Romanization (Jyutping)

fu6

English translations

to bear, to lose, to carry, negative"Why are some translations grayed out?"
Grayed-out terms are meanings of the character which cannot be used as translations. For example, 必 has the meaning must / to have to. However, the Cantonese translation for "must" is not 必 but 必须.
,
to suffer, to fail

Chinese character (simplified):

负 ( fu / fu6 ) in traditional characters
Character complexity
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is composed of 6 strokes and therefore is of low complexity compared to the other simplified Chinese characters (average: 13.1 strokes).

Tags and additional information
(Meaning of individual characters, character components etc.)

burden  |  to shoulder
负 ( fu / fu6 ) belongs to the 1000 most common Chinese characters (rank 763)
Other characters that are pronounced fu6 in Cantonese
More words that mean to bear in Cantonese
ham1 ( 堪 ), jan2 ( 忍 ), jing1 ( 膺 ), noi6 ( 奈 ), sau6 ( 受 ), sing4 ( 承 )
More words that mean to lose in Cantonese
baai6 ( 败 ), deu6 ( 掉 ), diu1 ( 丢 ), joek6 ( 弱 ), sat1 ( 失 ), sik6 ( 蚀 ), syu1 ( 输 ), wai4 ( 遗 ), zit3 ( 折 )

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